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The waders are coming...

Although some of our breeding waders still have chicks, like this oystercatcher family at the Parkes hide this morning, there are many waders arriving from the north every day.  Their breeding season is short and already great flocks of Lapwing and Curlew are back and moulting in the RX area. Small numbers of common and green sandpipers, dunlin, black and bar-tailed godwit, ruff and spotted redshank are here and the numbers will increase in the next few weeks. Among them will be some identification challenges and hopefully some rarities...

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